BIG BANG INTEGRAL TIME ONLY
For the first time ever, Hublot has reimagined its iconic Big Bang timepiece in a new (thinner) finish. Now available in yellow gold, titanium or ‘All Black’ cases, the new iteration of Big Bang – titled Time Only – continues to see the true aesthetic of the original, all whilst refocusing on the essence of watchmaking: hours, minutes, seconds and the date. Complete with the three-link bracelet, each link individually polished and satin-finished, reflects every spark of light.
BIG BANG ONE CLICK 33, 39 and 42 MM
There’s no better time than now to include more colour in your life to brighten up your days and Hublot too, is looking at those sunny days ahead in colours of the season. The iconic Big Bang One Click (now available in 33, 39 and 42 MM), is reimagined in new hues as they break free from conventions. Our favourite part? The beautiful set bezels and the hour markers featuring eleven diamond markers around the dial, leaving the 3 o’clock position for the date.
YELLOW GOLD COLLECTION
This LVMH Watch Week, yellow gold seems to be a go-to material for Hublot as it looks to some of its iconic models in the brand’s preferred material. Reconnecting with its founding spirit, Hublot presents six models – Classic Fusion, Big Bang and Spirit of Big Bang – made entirely from yellow gold. This is the first time it has been produced in yellow gold in a diameter of 42 mm.
BIG BANG SANG BLEU II
Hublot’s collaboration with Sang Bleu continues. Three new iterations of the Big Bang Sang Bleu II have been released to mark their 7th year of partnership featuring the famous tattoo artist Maxime Plescia-Buchi, who applied his ink to two iconic scratch-resistant materials (Magic Gold and ceramic). Hublot is making 100 pieces of the Magic Gold version, 250 of the Black Magic in full black ceramic and 200 of the Green Ceramic.
BIG BANG UNICO GOLF ORANGE
The Big Bang Unico Golf is introduced in a stunning orange carbon edition for those golfers out there. Casing the ground-breaking Hublot MHUB1580 automatic movement in a zesty, lightweight orange carbon, the timepiece shows golfers which hole they were on, how many shots they’d taken on that hole, and their cumulative score for the round.